a photograph may be described as overexposed when it has a loss of highlight detail - that is when important bright parts of an image are washed out or effectively all white - known as blown out highlights or clipped whites.overexposure can easily happen when there is so much snow around - though sometimes it is not a mistake but a personal choice. I believe that overexposure is beautiful. this is what came out from my mamiya yesterday - after a bright sunny day full of snow and a darkroom session.
prints from a 120 ilford hp5 film:
♥ kudos to Jacopo for the two portraits he took of me - I do not often like myself on photographs.in february the day light gets truly longer: I will take more photographs - despite the freezing temperature.